Understanding teacher digital competence in the framework of social sustainability: a systematic review
|Author/s||Calle Cabrera, Ana María de la
Pacheco Costa, Alejandra
Gómez Ruiz, Miguel Ángel
Guzmán Simón, Fernando
|Department||Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Didáctica de la Lengua y de la Literatura y Filologías Integradas
Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Educación Artística
|Abstract||Due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, ICT has been urgently introduced in education
systems in a generalised manner. In this context, it is essential for teachers to master a spectrum of
basic digital competencies and ...
Due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, ICT has been urgently introduced in education systems in a generalised manner. In this context, it is essential for teachers to master a spectrum of basic digital competencies and manifest digital leadership in the classroom. In addition, it is necessary to consider the relationship between digital competence development and social sustainability, that is, social and cultural heritage, and to what extent they contribute to improving social cohesion and living conditions in a community. This study presents a systematic review of research on teacher digital competence and social sustainability based on the PRISMA model and a review of 22 studies indexed in SCOPUS. The review reveals that most are intended to measure the digital competence level of teachers, usually in compulsory stages of the educational system and through quantitative studies based on virtual questionnaires comprised of closed-ended questions. However, the studies tend to ignore questions related to social sustainability (access to resources, heritage culture, intergenerational transmission, employability, or gender equality). It is therefore urgent to develop research committed to a sustainable society that is oriented towards social justice.
|Citation||Calle Cabrera, A.M.d.l., Pacheco Costa, A., Gómez Ruiz, M.Á. y Guzmán Simón, F. (2021). Understanding teacher digital competence in the framework of social sustainability: a systematic review. Sustainability, 13 (23), 1-17.|